Course Index

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ISC 330 ADVANCED MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

This course is a continuation of ISC 325 Introduction to Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  Students will engage in an in-depth lecture on pulse sequences that are specific to MRI.  MR Flow Phenomena as well as Vascular/Cardiac Imaging will be discussed.  Students will explore functional imaging techniques, and MRI contrast agents and artifacts.  Course content will include anatomy specific imaging, protocols, and pathology relevant to MRI.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    ISC 325

ISC 325 INTRODUCTION TO MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

This course will cover basic principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).  Instrumentation, equipment, and MRI safety are topics that will be covered in detail within this course.  Instruction on Image Weighting and Contrast, Encoding and Image Formation, and MRI Parameters and Trade-offs will also be included within the course.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    ARRT(R) candidacy or credential

ISC 320 ADVANCED CROSS-SECTIONAL ANATOMY II

Advanced Sectional Anatomy II will discuss anatomical structures of the neck, head, spine, and thorax as identified and located in multiple imaging planes and modalities.  Characteristic appearances of anatomical structures will be discussed as it applies to Computed Tomography (CT), magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Ultrasound images.  Pathology and physiological aspects of major anatomical structures will be addressed and reviewed through identification exercises and assignments when applicable.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    RAD/DMS 262, ARRT(R) candidacy or credential or Instructor Permission

ISC 315 ADVANCED CROSS-SECTIONAL ANATOMY I

Advanced Sectional Anatomy I will discuss anatomical structures of the upper and lower extremities, abdomen, and pelvis located in an array of multiple imaging planes and modalities.  Characteristic appearances of anatomical structures will be discussed as it applies to Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Ultrasound.  Pathology and physiological aspects of major anatomical structures will be addressed and reviewed through identification exercises and assignments when applicable.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    RAD/DMS 262, ARRT(R) candidacy or credential or Instructor Permission

MAP 003 MEDICATION AIDE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

This 40-hour course provides classroom instruction and lab experience in the role, responsibilities and skills necessary to provide routine medications to clients, with a special emphasis on the aging client. The primary objectives of the course are to: recognize the 10 basic competencies needed in order to safely provide another person with his/her medications in accordance with the Nebraska Medication Aide Act; identify specific drug families, actions, side-effects and use this knowledge to treat or prevent disease; and recognize the responsibility of the medication aide in relation to PRN medication, providing medications by vaginal, rectal, tube or inhaled routes; and providing insulin by injection. Students who successfully complete the course are eligible to take the competency examinations to qualify for placement on the state of Nebraska Medication Aide Registry. After placement on the registry, nursing assistants have the opportunity to work with clients of diverse ages in healthcare facilities such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded, schools, child care settings or even client homes. Admissions criteria and fees are detailed in appropriate sections (Admissions, Fees) of this catalog. Class dates and times are varied. Preregistration, proof of active status on the Nebraska Nurse Aide registry; proof of American Heart Association Basic Life Support for the HealthCare Provider; proof of required immunizations and completed physical; the completed Campus Health service Questionnaire.

  • Credits: 0.0

MAT 260 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS

This course is designed to introduce students to the methods used in organizing, summarizing, analyzing and interpreting quantitative information. Emphasis is placed on application of statistical methods and on the interpretation of statistically significant data.

  • Credits: 3.0

MAT 105 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

This course is designed for students who need to review basic college algebra skills. It covers topics including positive and negative real numbers, solving linear equations and their applications, integer exponents, operations with polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, graphing, and equations of lines.

  • Credits: 3.0

MAT 025 MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS

This is a developmental course, which can be taken in its entirety or in a modular form. The course covers some of the basic mathematical principles including integers, negative numbers, fractions, decimals, percents and ratios and proportions. MAT 025 is to be taken in the first semester.

  • Credits: 1.0

MBH 700 CAPSTONE

Upon completion of the Program coursework, a student will be called upon to synthesize learning and experiences into a capstone project. This course will include the creation of a formal proposal that must be prepared, submitted and approved by the faculty, the Program Director and the institution involved in the research. Depending on the nature of the project, the student also will need to meet all Institutional Review Board requirements established by Nebraska Methodist College. During the course of the project, a student will be required to demonstrate that he/she can successfully apply theoretical knowledge and skills learned through the Program coursework. All projects will be designed collaboratively between students and faculty to round out a student's integrative experience in the Program.

  • Credits: 3.0

MBH 686 HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT

This course focuses on the foundational concepts of leadership, workplace behavior and ethics and organizational management in healthcare systems. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of principles and processes of organizational theory for improved communication, fostering corporate culture and strategic decision-making. Attention will be placed on the assessment and application of managerial best practices while strategically planning for performance excellence within a complex healthcare organization.

  • Credits: 3.0